Diversity In Coaching: Working With Gender, Culture, Race And Age by Jonathan PassmoreDiversity In Coaching: Working With Gender, Culture, Race And Age by Jonathan Passmore

Diversity In Coaching: Working With Gender, Culture, Race And Age

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Paperback | May 28, 2013

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Written by an international team of 21 coaching professionals from 10 countries,Diversity in Coachingprovides guidance on understanding diversity and on adapting coaching styles and techniques to meet individual needs, local demands and cultural preferences. The contributors, including Mary Wayne Bush, Director of Research at the Foundation for Coaching, and Eddie Erlandson and Kate Ludeman of Work Ethic Corporation, look at how coaches can respond to issues of gender, generational, cultural, national and racial difference.

This new edition includes chapters on coaching gay, lesbian and bisexual clients, coaching people with disabilities and working with mental health issues.Diversity in Coachingprovides practical information to help coaches respond effectively to issues of diversity.
Jonathan Passmoreis an occupational psychologist and a coaching supervisor. He has wide business consulting experience, having worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers and IBM Business Consulting. He is based at the School of Psychology, University of East London, and is Director for the Coaching and Coaching Psychology programs. He is the au...
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Title:Diversity In Coaching: Working With Gender, Culture, Race And AgeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:312 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.65 inPublished:May 28, 2013Publisher:Kogan PageLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0749466626

ISBN - 13:9780749466626

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Table of Contents


About the contributors
Foreword by Marshall Goldsmith


01 Cross-cultural and diversity coaching
Jonathan Passmore and Ho Law
Introduction
Why do we need a cross-cultural model?
A review of multiple dimensions of culture
A review of cross-cultural coaching models
Description of the Universal Integrated Framework
Summary

Part One International perspectives

02 Coaching in Europe

Katherine Tulpa and Frank Bresser
Introduction
Current state of coaching in Europe
Working in the multicultural environment of Europe
Taking coaching forward in Europe
Summary

03 Coaching in North America
Robert J Lee and Mary Wayne Bush
Introduction
The nature of coaching in the United States and Canada
Working in a multicultural and diverse United States and Canada
Looking forward in the United States and Canada
Summary

04 Coaching in Australasia
Jodie Anagnos
Introduction
The nature of coaching in Australasia
Current state of coaching in Australia
Working in a multicultural Australasia
Taking coaching forward in Australasia
Summary

Part Two Developing coaching practices across the globe

05 Coaching in South Africa

Craig O’Flaherty and Janine Everson
Introduction
Heritage traditions – the future isn’t what it used to be
The influence of traditions on behaviour, self-perception and relationships
Impacts of social identity
Coaching appropriately in a culturally diverse context
Choosing a coaching model for diversity
Summary

06 Coaching in Brazil
Villela da Matta and Flora Victoria
Introduction
Heritage and its influence on behaviour, self-perception and relationships
Developing culturally appropriate coaching
Evaluating the impact of Brazilian coaching
Conclusion

07 Coaching in China
Catherine Ng
Introduction
Heritage traditions
The influence of traditions on behaviour, self-perception and relationships
Developing culturally appropriate coaching
Similarities between Chinese Confucianism and coaching theories
Conclusion

08 Coaching in the Middle East
Tom Palmer and Val J Arnold
Introduction
Heritage traditions
The influence of traditions on behaviour, self-perception and relationships
Developing culturally appropriate coaching
Summary

09 Coaching in India
Yogesh Sood
Introduction
Heritage traditions
The influence of traditions on behaviour, self-perception and relationships
Developing culturally appropriate coaching
Summary

10 Coaching in Russia
Julia Choukhno
Introduction
Heritage traditions
The influence of traditions on behaviour, self-perception and relationships
Developing culturally appropriate coaching
Summary

11 Coaching in Japan
Takashi Tanaka
Introduction
Heritage traditions
The influence of traditions on behaviour, self-perception and relationships
Developing culturally appropriate coaching
Conclusion

12 Coaching in Central America
Geoffrey Abbott and Carlos Romero
Introduction
Snapshot of Central America
Executive and business coaching: summary by country
Issues relevant to coaching in Central America
Activities of multinationals
Issues of power, equality and safety
Conclusion

Part Three Coaching difference

13 Coaching with men: alpha males

Eddie Erlandson
Introduction
The issue of gender in coaching
The evidence of difference
Working with gender differences in coaching
Summary

14 Coaching with women
Kate Ludeman
Introduction
The issue of gender in coaching
The evidence of difference
Working with gender differences in coaching
Summary

15 Coaching people through life transitions
Bob Garvey
Introduction
Theories of generational challenges
Identifying resolution
Discussion
Further questions and issues for coaching practice
Summary

16 Coaching disabled people
Lynn Cox
Introduction
Statistics about disability
Models of disability
Aspects to consider when coaching people with a disability
The model of disability that disabled coachees identify with
Meeting disabled coachees’ access requirements
Specific disabilities
Summary

17 Coaching gay and lesbian clients
Shane Warren
Introduction
The benefit for a coach in understanding LGBTI diversity
Coming out everyday
Commonly held fear
Conclusion

18 Coaching and mental health
Dr Jen Nash
Introduction
The boundary between coaching and therapy
Languishing, flourishing model of goal striving and mental health
Identifying mental health issues
Deciding whether to continue coaching
Treatment options
Referral options
Conclusions

Appendix 1: Coaching associations
Appendix 2: Useful journals
Index